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The initial capital of the state of Georgia, the downtown area is the largest National Historic Landmark District in the country which attracts thousands of visitors every year. The city originally thrived due to the port which at one time was one of the most active in the country and still is a major hub for imports and exports.
Local Newspapers: Savannah Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Savannah Sand Gnats (Single A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Armstrong Atlantic Savannah State and South
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Will Smith's 'Gemini Man' movie filming in Savannah's Wright Square
"Gemini Man," the sci-fi movie starring Will Smith and directed by Ang Lee, filled portions of Wright Square on Friday to film scenes. The production has been moving around the Thunderbolt area over the past month with sightings at Thunderbolt Elementary among others.Savannah man gets 15 years for possession of a handgun
A 36-year-old Savannah man was sentenced to 15 years in prison this month for his role in a counterfeiting scheme that spanned over Chatham, Bryan, Bulloch and McIntosh counties, as well as for his possession of a firearm. Ernest Jackson was sentenced on March 12 by Senior District Court Judge William T. Moore to 60 months in confinement for the counterfeiting offense.Savannah trade center authority bill goes to Deal
A measure to make some "minimal" changes to the authority that governs the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center has passed both houses and awaits Governor Nathan Deal's signature. House Bill 354 failed during the 2017 session following some confusion over whether local officials, including the trade center board, knew about the measure.Two Savannah markets ranked among the 'must-visit' markets in the South Posted at
Everyone in Savannah already knows its farmer's market is a must-visit on Saturday mornings, but it looks like the rest of the country is taking notice also. Travel Pulse listed the six must-visit markets in the South with the Forsyth Farmer's Market making the cut along with Keller's Flea Market.Savannah Rotary promotes literacy, learning with new program
Thousands of Savannah-Chatham Public School students were treated to a story-worthy Thursday morning as hundreds of community volunteers participated in the inaugural Rotary Read-In. The program, which was organized by several Savannah-area Rotary Clubs, put more than 500 Rotary members, parents and community leaders in classrooms across Savannah reaching about 15,000 students in kindergarten through third grade.Alleged gang member pleads not guilty in City Market triple murder
A 17-year-old alleged Savannah gang member on Thursday pleaded not guilty to multiple felony murder and vehicular homicide charges in the post-July 4 crime spree in and near City Market that killed Scott Waldrup and two others. Jerry Chambers Jr. entered his plea during a brief court appearance before Chatham County Superior Court Judge James F. Bass Jr. His attorney, Assistant Public Defender Robert Attridge, also asked for a jury trial for his client.City of Savannah works to balance preservation and new developments
We're continuing to dig into the latest assessment provided by the National Park Service, which recommends the Savannah Historic Landmark District remain on a priority one threatened list. The National Park Service listed large-scale developments as one of the threats to the Historic Landmark District.Good News: Volunteers read for Rotary 'Read-In'
"We recognize the importance of literacy and reading," said Debra Larson, Hospice Savannah CEO and Co-Chair of Rotary Read-In. "So we felt that bringing Rotarians and community members to interact with the students and to read to them and encourage them to read themselves, to encourage them to have their family, friends, loved ones ready to them is we want to do that by setting an example."Le Caf Gourmet
TUCKED AWAY in a quaint corner off of Montgomery Street near Broughton is a bustling warm French cafe that offers both savory and sweet treats to patrons and local Savannah businesses alike. Truly dedicated to his craft, as the Baker Chef Alexandre wakes up to start baking at about 2 or 3 a.m. every day.Richmond Hill, Pooler among safest cities in Georgia; Savannah ranked 38th Posted at
Most Savannah citizens have an opinion on crime in the city, and a new study will probably back up a few of their points. Alarms.org surveyed Georgia crime statistics and compiled a list of the safest cities in the state in 2018 with Johns Creek leading the list followed by Milton, Grovetown, Peachtree City and Dallas.Savannah Toys 'R' Us liquidation sale expected to begin Friday
Since it was announced earlier this month that Toys "R" Us is going out of business across the country, many have wondered when the deep discounts on products at the stores will begin. After initially saying it would be today, a company spokesperson now says the sales should begin at the Savannah store, located at 7400 Abercorn St., on Friday, March 23. Just to be sure, you might try giving the store a call at 912-354-5222 before you head over there.Uber Eats coming to Savannah
The ride-sharing company Uber's new Uber Eats program has grown in popularity since its soft launch in select cities, and now it's coming to Savannah. Uber Eats gets you the food you want from the restaurants you love and brings it right to your door.Former state chief justice to speak at church sesquicentennial
Midway First Presbyterian Church will hold its Sesquicentennial Church Anniversary on April 1, and the Rev. Dr. Jamil el-Shair and the congregation will welcome former Georgia Supreme Court chief justice Leah Ward Sears as the keynote speaker.'Operation Snow Plow' leads to largest cocaine seizure by CNT
The Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team is making history with the largest single amount of cocaine ever seized by the agency. There were nine men arrested during Operation Snow Plow, and they're sitting behind bars right now.BI-LO changes won't affect Boro
The BI-LO store in Statesboro was not affected following an announcement that Southeastern Grocers, which owns the BI-LO chain, plans to close a number of stores.Georgia city drops sign ban ahead of Pence's Savannah St. Patrick's Day visit
A suit filed Friday morning challenging the city of Savannah's ban on protest signs during Vice President Mike Pence's visit for the St. Patrick's Day parade was dismissed as moot shortly afterward when the city retracted the policy. Attorneys with the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia contended in the civil action that city officials were violating the First Amendment by banning hand-held signs "displaying messages critical of the government" in Pence's view along the parade route.Corey Smith @The Stage on Bay
Beloved Georgia songwriter Corey Smith has been making regular stops at The Stage on Bay to perform for the audiences that have supported him over ten albums. His Savannah stop marks the end of Smith's Great Wide Underground Tour.
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